Based on the author's field research into West Javanese traditions of Islamic ritual, the author argues that the religious, social and political field within which narrating has been a congenial practice for Islamic ritual celebration has changed. The change signals important distinctions concerning the evolution of public religious forms.
|Title of host publication||Religious Festivals In Contemporary Southeast Asia|
|Editors||Patrick Alcedo, Sally Ann Ness, Hendrik M.J. Maier|
|Place of Publication||Manila Philippines|
|Publisher||Ateneo de Manila University Press|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
- Islamic ritual, Indonesia, narrative, public religion, West Java